Saving and Investing for Retirement


A RRIF is basically a RRSP in reverse. You put money into RRSPs while you were working to save on taxes every year. When you eventually switch your money over to RRIFs, you'll be drawing money out, and paying taxes on that money as you do.

Reverse Mortgages

This is simply a loan against your house that you don't have to pay back as long as you live there. To qualify you must be 62 years or older and own your own home.

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SASCU can help you learn more about reverse mortgages, RRIFs, and other annuities. Doing your homework and consulting the right advisors will make it easier to select any option that may make your retirement more comfortable.